We have leaflets on all these activities at Wildflower Glamping:
Killykeen Forest Park:
Just two minutes from Wildflower Glamping the Killykeen Forest park covers some 600 acres of mixed woodlands, magnificent forest walks, bicycle tracks, a great fishing spot, a picturesque picnic spot and even swimming. Surrounded by the waters of Lough oughter. Bike Hire, Kayaking, Canoeing & SUP available during July & August.
Cavan Adventure Centre:
Cavan Adventure Centre offers numerous activities such as kayaking, canoeing, biking and SUP both on site and at Killykeen Forest Park. An outdoor inflatable waterpark is open during summer months. Also offered on site are Biodiversity Tours, Wellbeing Days and Guided Boat Tours.
Address: Cavan Adventure Centre, Inishmore, Butlers Bridge, Co Cavan, H12 CD43
Phone Number: +353 (0)49 4893630 AND +353 (0) 87 1146971
There is something for all the family at this warm and welcoming 18th-century property, the former home of the Earls of Enniskillen. The house enjoys a peaceful setting in west Fermanagh, with a dramatic backdrop of mountains and forest. There are glorious walks to enjoy, as well as fine vistas and play areas. There is even a charming walled garden. Outside there are numerous places to explore, including a sawnmill, ice house and thatched summer house.
Cuilcagh Lakelands GEOPARK
Check out their Websites for the all amazing Things to see & do like:
- A Visit to Marble Arch Caves www.marblearchcaves.co.uk
- Climb “The Stairway to Heaven” Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail https://marblearchcaves.co.uk/attractions/cuilcagh-boardwalk-trail/
- Cavan Burren Park http://www.cavanburrenpark.ie
Farnham Estate Spa:
On a girlie weekend away and want to add to your luxurious and glamorous Glamping experience, then check out the Farnham Estate Spa, just ten minutes from Wildflower Glamping.
The infinity pool and water mint thermal suite are pure indulgence and a recommended visit.
Great Spa packages available at www.riversidespa.ie or by calling 048 432 3866.
Dun A Ri:
Dun a Rí Forest Park is a place of beauty. Situated in a tranquil glen on the Cavan Monaghan Border about a 40 minute drive from Wildlfower glamping., Dun a Rí is 565 acres of woodlands ,home to stoat, hare, mink, rabbit and otter, as well as red and grey squirrel along the banks of the River Cabra, which runs through the park. Take a romantic walk through deep, leafy glades over old bridges with marvellous views north to Slieve Gullion in County Armagh and the Mountains of Mourne. Some interesting features in the park include Cromwell’s bridge, a wishing well and an ice house. There are four walks of approximately 1.5 -2km in length in the park.
Outdoors & Dirty:
Extreme activity outdoors game park. If your looking for something different to do this centre offers a wide range of adventures from Mud Buggies, Hover crafting to Laser War games.
ODD, Brackley Lake, Ballyconnell.
Indoor Adventure Play Centre:
Kool Kids Activity Centre perfect for those rainy days when you can’t do outdoor activities features an amazing 10,000 Square Foot facility ,including a 24 ft rock Climbing wall. Let the kids burn off some energy while you enjoy a cup of Tea or Coffee.
Drumlane monastic site is located just outside the small village of Milltown, about 4 miles from Belturbet. The monastery occupies a very scenic site on the edge of Derrybrick Lake. The remains are of a round tower, church, graveyard, fragments of a cross-inscribed stone and the site of a priory. The round tower is one of the most striking features, standing to over 11m in height.
Ericas Fairy Forest – Cootehill, Cavan
This photo of Erica’s Fairy Forest is courtesy of TripAdvisorFree to Visit and open sunrise to sunset, a 35min drive from Wildflower Glamping. I highly recommend this park. Lots of lovely walks, picnic areas and fishing not to mention lots of fairy houses. Well worth a trip.
Cuilcagh Legnabrocky Trail: ‘The Stairway to Heaven’
A wooden walkway at Cuilcagh Mountain in County Fermanagh has become a social media phenomenon in its own right. Nicknamed the ‘stairway to heaven,’ The view from the wooden walkway is so scenic and picturesque. At 665 metres above sea level, Cuilcagh is the highest mountain point in this part of Ireland and appeals to those with some experience of walking in the hills. Climbing to the summit involves a 14.8 km round trip. The trail is a 51min drive from Wildflower glamping.
If your just looking to go somewhere local why not take a walk up the forest path to Fleimings folly, A scenic walk with a historic tower overlooking Ballinagh with stunning views of the countryside. About 12 min drive from Wildflower Glamping.
Cavan County Museum
Located in Ballyjamesduff, 33mins from the site, it is home to the largest outdoor replica World War 1 trench open to the public in Ireland and the UK. The Trench has become a must-see attraction for visitors and includes sound and visual effects to enhance the experience and educate visitors on life in the trenches in World War 1.
Another very unique and interesting attraction is the replica 1916 Rising GPO. Really worth a visit witha children’s playground, peace garden and shop onsite.
Situated in the heard of Cavan Town, opposite Tesco’s just off the main stareet. Open 7 days a week.
Odeon Cinema, Townspark Centre, Main Street, Cavan
Swimming & Leisure Centre:
25m Swimming pool, Toddler/Baby Pool, 2 State of the Art Water Slides, Steam Room, Jacuzzi & Sauna.